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AURORA DARLING

NOM NOM.

THE NINETIES ARE COMING.

"Thank you, everyone."

Had to drive home from Seattle (after that 5am flight from SFO). Eastern Washington always makes me think of strangely beautiful post-apocalyptic wastelands.

It continued to rain on and off over the course of the few days I shared with SF. She’s a beauty. I was sad to leave her so unexplored…but I know I’ll be back. What won’t I miss in the meantime? -70$ cab rides to the airport at 4:30 am.

It continued to rain on and off over the course of the few days I shared with SF. She’s a beauty. I was sad to leave her so unexplored…but I know I’ll be back. What won’t I miss in the meantime? -70$ cab rides to the airport at 4:30 am.

Finally arrived at my destination of San Fransisco late Friday night. I was fortunate enough to be a guest of a friend who is living on Ashbury, a few blocks away from the iconic intersection, Haight & Ashbury (which, as one might imagine, has become very tourist-y). I had a grand time walking around near the apartment (the city is very pedestrian-friendly), but I had hoped to see more of the city proper. Luckily, my good friend Matt (also from MT) agreed to play tour guide during my visit to San Fran, and took me around to some of his favorite spots.

Here you see a non-consensual street snap of my chauffeur, who was gracious enough to drive a fiery red Thunderbird around SF and somehow managed to maintain his masculinity. Ha.

"Stop staring at me, swan!" San Fransisco, CA.

"Stop staring at me, swan!" San Fransisco, CA.

Northern California. *swoon*

Northern California. *swoon*

Northern California. Stayed overnight in a small town and took off in search of some great big trees early the following morning. I wanted to pitch a tent and never come home again.

Marie Antionette’s Cupcake Parlor in Astoria, OR. My pet obsession.

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